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Recalls - Health Fraud

The list below provides information gathered from press announcements and other public notices about certain recalls of health fraud* - related products regulated by FDA. For all FDA recalls, click here.

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DateBrand NameProduct DescriptionReason/ProblemCompany Name
07/13/2017New of Kopi Jantan TradisionalMarketed as a dietary supplementUnapproved new drug; contains undeclared sildenafilBestherbs Coffee LLC
07/11/2017AndropharmMarketed as a dietary supplementContains derivatives of anabolic steroidsAndropharm
06/29/2017Ultra-Sten, D-ZineMarketed as a dietary supplementContains anabolic steroidsHardcore Formulations
05/25/2017Caverflo Marketed as natural herbal coffeeContains undeclared sildenafil and tadalafil, undeclared milkCaverflo.com
05/23/2017The Green HerbMarketed as a dietary supplementContains ephedra herb, an FDA banned ingredienMusclMasster LLC
05/19/2017Tri-TonMarketed as a dietary supplementUnapproved new drug; contains andarine and ostarineDynamic Technical Formulations, LLC
05/05/2017GEC Laxoplex Marketed as a dietary supplementContains anabolic steroidsGenetic Edge Compounds
04/18/2017Uproar, Cummor, Zrect, Monkey Business and othersMarketed as a dietary supplementUnapproved new drug; contains undeclared tadalafil, sildenafil and their analogues, and flibanserinOrganic Herbal Supply, Inc.
03/28/2017LaBri’s Body HealthMarketed as a dietary supplementUnapproved new drug; contains undeclared sibutramineEnvy Me
03/09/2017Regeneca WorldwideVarious herbal and dietary supplementsNot manufactured in compliance with cGMPsRegeneca Worldwide
03/07/2017A&H Focal Inc.Marketed as a dietary supplementUnapproved new drug; contains undeclared PDE-5 Inhibitors (i.e. sildenafil, tadalafil, vardenafil, etc.)A&H Focal Inc.
02/16/2017XtraHRDMarketed as a dietary supplementUnapproved new drug; contains undeclared tadalafilOrganic Herbal Supply, Inc.
02/07/2017Well BalanceMarketed as a dietary supplementProduct contains banned substance, Ephedra HerbaKingsway Trading Inc.

*The FDA defines health fraud as the deceptive promotion, advertising, distribution, or sale of a product represented as being effective to prevent, diagnose, treat, cure or lessen an illness or condition, or provide another beneficial effect on health, but that has not been scientifically proven safe and effective for such purposes.

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